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Báiki lavvu - 2001

July 7, 14, 21, & 28, 2001
Four Saami afternoons on an urban farm
1430 32nd St. #2, corner of Hollis, Oakland, CA
Outdoor informal discussion classes conducted by Faith Fjeld and Nathan Muus, co-editors of Báiki: the North American Sami Journal and specialists in Indigenous Sami culture of their ancestors. Includes:

Saami mythology
Spiritual symbolism
Joik music
The Nature religion
"The Pathfinder" video
Nomadic reindeer subsistence lifestyle
Secret immigration to America
Saami cultural reawakening today

Emphasis will be on spirituality and the return of Indigenous voice and vision in the 21st century. Cost $75.00 for all 4 workshops. Limited to ten people.
For more information call (510) 547-0350 or email: saamibaiki@sinewave.com


Libby, Montana - 2000

May 19 & 20, 2001
2nd Annual American Indian Youth Gathering
Sunrise Ranch, Merced, California

California Indian Education Association, Central Valley Chapter.
Overnight camping. All meals provided. Partial list of workshops:

Drumming styles
Tipi set up
Learn 2 songs
Sweat Lodge set up
Pow Wow dance styles
Tribal Ways
Dance Regalia
Storytelling
Beading styles
Face Painting (kids)

For more information call Mike Hermman at (209) 726-9620 or Ed Mentz at (209) 725-8426, Fax (209) 723-8036

 


Sami Camp at Norway Days - 1999

 

May 5 & 6, 2001
Norway Days: http://www.norwayday.org/
San Mateo Expo Center, San Mateo, California
Sami Camp - joiking, community get-together, Sami information, copies of Báiki: the North American Sami Journal. For more information call the Báiki office at (510) 547-0350.

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